SB 208 - An Act Relating to the Use of Child Restraint Systems in Motor Vehicles.
An Act Relating to the Use of Child Restraint Systems in Motor Vehicles.
SB 208 — 2011-2012 Legislature
- An Act to amend 347.48 (4) (as) 2., 347.48 (4) (as) 3. and 347.48 (4) (as) 4. of the statutes; relating to: the use of child restraint systems in motor vehicles.
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- An Act Relating to the Use of Child Restraint Systems in Motor Vehicles.
- Glenn Grothman, Julie Lassa, Terry Moulton, Lena Taylor
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Action Date Description Introduced 9/28/2011 9/28/2011 Introduced by Senators Grothman, Lassa, Moulton and Taylor;Cosponsored by Representatives Endsley, Honadel, Kestell, LeMahieu and Spanbauer 9/28/2011 Read first time and referred to committee on Labor, Public Safety, and Urban Affairs 10/13/2011 Public hearing held 10/24/2011 Executive action taken 10/24/2011 Report passage recommended by committee on Labor, Public Safety, and Urban Affairs, Ayes 5, Noes 0 10/24/2011 Available for scheduling 10/26/2011 Placed on calendar 10-27-2011 pursuant to Senate Rule 18(1) 10/27/2011 Read a second time 10/27/2011 Ordered to a third reading 10/27/2011 Rules suspended 10/27/2011 Read a third time and passed 10/27/2011 Ordered immediately messaged 10/28/2011 Received from Senate 10/28/2011 Read first time and referred to calendar 11/01/2011 Rules suspended to withdraw from calendar and take up 11/01/2011 Read a second time 11/01/2011 Ordered to a third reading 11/01/2011 Rules suspended 11/01/2011 Read a third time and concurred in 11/01/2011 Ordered immediately messaged 11/02/2011 Received from Assembly concurred in 11/04/2011 Report correctly enrolled on 11-4-2011 12/06/2011 Presented to the Governor on 12-5-2011 12/08/2011 Report approved by the Governor on 12-7-2011. 2011 Wisconsin Act 111 12/12/2011 Published 12-20-2011
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